Canadian Auto Workers union members vote this week on a tentative agreement with the Canadian National Railway Co. reached today in Toronto. CAW yard workers, mechanics and clerical employees have been striking against the railway company since Feb. 20. A CN spokesman tells Ward’s a vote should be held early this week, depending on how the union schedules it, and 5,000 workers would go back to work immediately pending ratification. He expects the vote to put an end to transportation ...
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